If you could have your guy go to the gym what one thing would you have them work on.
I don't want to sound like a Commie here, but I hate the Capitalist mentality of never being satisfied with what you have. Be unhappy, buy the gym subscription, buy the weight loss supplements, become entranced by Abercrombie advertisements, envy airbrushed magazine models... it's a never ending cycle that leads to nothing but an unhappy life and some very rich CEOs.
I figured that you had some other reason for posting this, I'm just making you aware of the corporate influence that's present in your mind.This post was a nice way of me to see 1) what women like about men's bodies 2) give them a chance to brag about their man 3) know what I should focus on in the gym
You're not going to get the answer you want, just ask the person in mind or use some sort of social engineering to get such answers passively.If you could have your guy go to the gym what one thing would you have them work on.
What if they were seeking the most efficient method of tailoring the physical self to a specific role or function? Like a sportsperson or rehabilitation from illness or injury or prevention of illness or injury like diabetes or back injuries? There are many valid uses for Gyms. Just avoid the supplements.I would prefer a guy who didn't go to the gym. If he wants to be physically stronger, it would make more sense for him to get that way by doing something useful that he actually cares about, like building houses for the poor, or chopping firewood for the infirm. The idea of going to a gym, where the main point is to alter the body in a meaningless way, seems rather vain and wasteful to me.
I love a nice set of triceps. Those are hot. You can hold on to them. I think pecs are nice as well. Abs are nice too. And I think most men have attractive thighs since I'm around a lot of weight lifters and runners.
Does the brain count as a body part in the "gym" scenario? I'm rethinking my answer.